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World economy. Conglomerate of unity and contradictions

V.V. Komarov , N.I. Litvina, Л.В. Пронченко
80,00 Р

UDC 339

https://doi.org/10.20339/AM.09-19.094   

 

V.V. Komarov is Cand.Sci. (Economy), prof. e-mail: komarovvv@list.ru; N.I. Litvina is Cand.Sci. (Economy), prof. e-mail: nil-04@mail.ru; and L.V. Pronchenko is Dr.Sci. (Economy), prof. e-mail: pro124@yandex.ru at Russian State Agrarian Correspondence University

 

Researched is principal problems in development of world economy. The world economy is a complex conglomerate of relations between countries, regional economic associations, TNC and international economic organizations. As a whole, world economy is developing quite successfully. But instability of political processes in the world and significant differences in scale and quality of country economies have negative impact on the situation. Conclusion is made, that all participants in the process must do everything possible to maintain peace on earth and create conditions for optimal, sustainable development of national economics.

Key words: world economy, unity and contradictions, Russia, USA, China, EU, UN, WTO, international economic relations.

 

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